Century 21 Adobe Realty Names its Top Sales Associates for Production in 2000

Century 21 Adobe Realty Names its Top Sales Associates for Production in 2000 Century 21 Adobe Realty has named its top sales associates for production in 2000 and has announced that it will be receiving the Centurion Award for the 13th successive year. The highest honor in the Century 21 system, the recognition is given only to the top 2 […]

Cycling workshops promote clean transit

The Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) and South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) are teaming up to increase air quality awareness and promote bicycling as a clean transportation alternative. Through its Community Partnership program, AQMD will fund 25 bicycle workshops to be conducted throughout L.A. County by the Coalition. LACBC workshop leaders will educate attendees about the health […]

National Park Service sponsors photo contest

The first National Parks Pass "Experience Your America" Photo Contest is underway to select the image for the 2002 National Parks Pass. The pass, which costs $50, admits the owner and his/her spouse, parents and children to any national park that charges a per-person entry fee. At parks with a per-vehicle entrance fee, the pass admits the owner and the […]

Interface to attack addiction

The Family Guidance Clinic of Interface Children Family Services has inaugurated a program for individuals dealing with addiction issues. Treatment specialists will provide educational and therapeutic treatment services for drug and alcohol addictive disorders. Services are provided on a sliding scale basis. For additional information, please call (800) 636-6738, ext. 108.

Chargers defeated by Thousands Oaks in key rematch

Acorn Sports Writer

The Thousand Oaks boys’ basketball team left nothing to chance in their rematch with Agoura last Wednesday. After having been defeated early in the Marmonte League season, 60-55 vs. the Chargers, the Lancers came out on fire, hitting their first six shots to ignite an 80-47 win. For Agoura, it was the second loss in league play and it dropped […]

In Calabasas City Council race, vote for the incumbents and Harrison

On March 6, residents of Calabasas will vote to fill three seats on our city council. Two incumbents are in the race: Lesley Devine and James Bozajian. Both have exemplary records as responsive, hard-working representatives of our community. They deserve to be reelected. We also need to fill the seat being vacated by former council member Bob Sibilia, who is […]

A Unique Westlake Village Home

A Unique Westlake Village Home This unique custom home in Westlake Village has been listed for sale through Dilbeck Realtors GMAC Real Estate for $819,000. A gated property, the home’s 4 bedroom, 5 bath floorplan of more than 3,800 sq.ft. features a dramatic entrance, volume ceilings, spacious rooms, floor-to-ceiling fireplace, leaded glass windows, French doors and marble floors. Full bath […]

Thousand Oaks to seek judicial review of Water Quality Control Board’s $2.3 million fine

Thousand Oaks to seek judicial review of Water Quality Control Board’s $2.3 million fine Thousand Oaks City Attorney Mark Sellers has made the following announcement: "The City Council, by unanimous vote, has directed us to aggressively continue with the recently filed legal action requesting the California Superior Court overturn the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board’s $2.3 million penalty […]

Friends of cats and dogs seek volunteers in Canoga Park

Pet Adoption Fund, a nonprofit dog and cat rescue and adoption group, needs volunteers to assist at its Canoga Park shelter with walking, grooming and playing with the animals, and driving them to and from the vet. Temporary foster homes and dog trainers are also needed. No experience is necessary. For more information, please call (818) 716-7937.

Not all flat feet are treated equally

By Michael Zapf, DPM Almost every week an adult patient comes into the office with a complaint that his feet have flattened. Sometimes called fallen arches, adult flatfoot is surprisingly common. An adult flat foot hurts to walk, with pain in the arch and inside of the ankle without recollection of any damage or trauma. The cause is usually traced […]

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